English to Portuguese Meaning :: scoff

Scoff :
zombar
- zombar
 
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Noun
Verb(1) Treat with contemptuous disregard(2) Make fun of; despise

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(1) A celebrity in a search of a fast buck can do a lot worse than lend their name to a range of scoff .(2) The critics scoff , but we find this to be a clue.(3) You can't have the Michelangelo of scoff waving to all corners for ketchup.(4) The older generation, such as Aunt Olivia, tended to scoff at such suggestions.(5) However, she says the single life does have its advantages including being able to scoff junk food in front of the TV and have the privacy of your own bathroom.(6) Jesse let out a sound - half a scoff , half a snort - and gave me a look.(7) Luckily I recovered with a scoff , the evil eye, and a quick getaway.(8) Scott seems to scoff at talent identification.(9) Luckily, Carrie is well practised at disguising her vegetarianism and has been known to scoff hamburgers whole just to throw people off her scent.(10) Patrick professed to scoff at soppy love scenes in films(11) And with a scoff to the gentleman, wherever he was, Mitch turned around and headed for the garage to get back to that overheating engine.(12) But what makes this weekend off so much more special than the rest is the fact that we have an excuse to scoff countless numbers of chocolate Easter eggs.(13) You changed clothes when you got to the airlock on the Moon, but Adam planned to scoff his candies on the shuttle.(14) His army was the scoff of all Europe(15) Her converser let out a quick breath, almost a scoff .(16) It would be unwise to keep Koi if you live on the flight path of migrating osprey - they'll scoff the lot, as will herons.
Related Words
(1) scoff at ::
zombam
Synonyms
Noun
2. jeer ::
zombaria
3. mockery ::
zombaria
Verb
5. mock ::
zombar
6. deride ::
ridicularizar
7. ridicule ::
ridículo
8. sneer at ::
Zombar de
9. jeer at ::
zombar
10. jibe at ::
jibe em
11. taunt ::
insulto
12. make fun of ::
tirar sarro de
13. poke fun at ::
zombar
14. laugh at ::
rindo de
15. scorn ::
desprezo
16. laugh to scorn ::
rir com desprezo
17. dismiss ::
dispensar
18. make light of ::
Fazer luz de
19. belittle ::
depreciar
20. pooh-pooh ::
ridicularizam
Antonyms
1. Praise
  
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